The Confusion of Christians (Part I)
by Hilmar von Campe (subject of: Ex Hitler Youth’s warning to America, and author of: Defeating the Totalitarian Lie)
“When I drove friends of ours, a couple, to the airport in Miami one day .we had a discussion about religion. I said something along the lines that the only sane road for America and humanity to take is to obey God’s Commandments. She objected and said that not everybody believed in the Christian religion and that we couldn’t force our views on them.
I answered that the issue was not religion and that it didn’t make any difference whether somebody believed in God or not because God’s Commandments are obligatory for every last person on earth regardless of what their religion is and whether they believe in God or not. She was horrified about my ‘”self-righteous intolerance” and asked: “Do you think that we Christians are better than all the others and that our religion is right and the other religions are wrong?”
I answered that this was not a question of being better than others or others being inferior, but about truth and how humanity can live together as equals instead of fighting and killing each other. I confirmed to her, however, that other religions were definitely wrong, and if she didn’t think so, then she would not be a Christian as she claimed to be.
If God is merely the religious expression of what some people believe, then you could discuss with others whether something else might also be right or even better. And that is the position into which the enemies of God and freedom have maneuvered our politicians and Christians.”
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